Zane had made it big in the country music scene; he was on top of the world. Nothing could touch him…until a car wreck took his wife's life and left his son crippled. Suddenly, the success he'd worked so hard to gain tastes bitter on his tongue, and all he wants to do is hide from the world and lick his wounds.
Late one night, idly browsing the internet, he finds Dr. Whitaker's horse therapy camp, and makes the split-second decision that if he's going to hide out somewhere, hell, it might as well be the wilds of Idaho. Packing up his son and leaving everything else behind, he moves to Sawyer, wanting nothing more than the peace and quiet that comes with anonymity.
Then Nurse Louisa comes strolling into his life, there to help his son recuperate. Zane quickly realizes, though, that his son isn't the only one who needs her healing touch…
Strummin' Up Love is the first novel in the Musicians of Long Valley Romance series, although all books in the Long Valley world can be read as standalones. It has some strong language, and oh my, sexy times. Enjoy!
Hitting all the notes
This story has a shero I was in awe of only a few chapters into the book. Louisa is so well defined and knows who she is and what she wants, but she is strong enough not to push the people around her into what she knows would be best, instead she calmly presents a choice. That is a rare quality and made this story stand out. Very well written.
Strummin’ Up Love
This was well written, has an intriguing storyline that kept me entertained and the characters are amazing. A hot country star who goes through tragedy and has to find his way back. A Nurse who makes a mistake in her personal life that causes her to quit her job without notice. Zane and Louisa have sizzling chemistry but they try to fight it until they can't. I absolutely loved everything about this book from the characters to the touching storyline.
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Strummin’ up Love
I LOVE Erin’s books! Strummin’ up Love is great. I love how even though it can be read alone it fits in with the Long valley series well. A few sad parts like what happens to Zanes little boy Skyler. But he seems to give his dad a lot to handle Especially having fits at his age. Which I think is too old. Louisa comes in to help them. Will they fall in love?? Read a copy and see